Seawrack Powder, 16 oz (Fucus vesiculosus)

Seawrack Powder, 16 oz (Fucus vesiculosus)

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Boost Metabolism & Thyroid Function

  • Thyroid support
  • Supports metabolism
  • Iodine source

Bladderwrack is a brown seaweed harvested off the shores of North America. Its valuable iodine content nourishes the thyroid, and can help support healthy weight management related to healthy thyroid function.

COMMON NAMES: Bladder Fucus, Fucus, Kelpware, Seawrack.

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Common use:

Supports healthy thyroid function; herbal source of iodine; gentle support for occasional constipation.

Other Uses:

Promote skin health (Bladderwrack provides marine minerals; add powder to scrubs, bath salts, and facial masks).

Suggested directions:

NOT TO BE USED DURING PREGNANCY OR WHILE NURSING. NOT RECOMMENDED FOR HYPERTHYROIDISM OR FOR LONG-TERM USE.

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$16.50
Reg: $22.50
You Save $6.00
  • Item Number: 053P16

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